Can a local billion-dollar tech startup finally pull something astounding from its sleeve?
South Florida is doing something very Japanese, combining public and private-public transit, for the first time ever.
It’s no secret our city is growing. The fight for space on Broward Boulevard after 4 p.m. on weekdays; the changing skyline boasting new buildings with rooftop bars and gardens; the demand for a feasible public transportation system. Discover the new stores, fitness clubs, restaurants and more that have joined Fort Lauderdale in its modern movement.
Since the 1950s, malls have been destinations—magnets attracting Americans in need of more than just the latest in ready-to-wear fashions. Malls have meant first jobs, blind dates, holiday photos and ear piercings; they’ve been America’s public squares for the last 60 years. And while it seems that in the face of online shopping there’s a general downturn in the retail sector, South Florida’s malls are reinventing themselves—not only to survive, but also to thrive.
Take a deep dive into South Florida’s artificial reef system that’s turning rigs and rubble into underwater jungles of corals that are the perfect playground for marine life and humans alike.
Add the word "big" and you have the description of the modern sport fishing boat in the age of technology.
In addition to the financial benefits the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show brings to the community, the event is also deep-rooted with historical ties to many Fort Lauderdale establishments, like the Bahia Mar—the event’s official host, which is receiving a noteable facelift in time for November.
We asked, you voted. This year’s definitive guide to the best of Fort Lauderdale includes the winners of categories from best beach bar, to best date night, to best grocer. Our year-long poll garnered more than 2,500 votes, so thank you to all who participated.
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